Duo the latest to commit future to Rhyl

Oliver Buckley and Rory Crowther have committed their future to Welsh Premier League strugglers Rhyl for another season.

Striker Buckley arrived at Belle Vue last summer, and has since scored one goal in eight starts.

And the 21-year-old, who previously turned out for Meliden, says there is plenty more to come.

He told the club’s official website: “It’s been a steep learning curve obviously making such a big step up from previous season, but one I’ve enjoyed and I want to finish by surviving, then build on going into next season.

“Playing for a club like Rhyl is massive, but Niall has taken a chance on me and it’s something I want to repay and I appreciate massively.”

Goalkeeper Crowther was also full of praise for his boss, as well as fellow keepers Owen Evans and Dan Lavercombe, although he is still aiming to push both players hard for a regular place in the Lilywhites’ starting line-up next year.

“I am more than happy to sign for next season at Rhyl. I have thoroughly enjoyed my first year in the Welsh Premier League and although obviously I would have liked to play more, it has been a great opportunity to learn from two fantastic goalkeepers in Owen and Dan.

“Niall has been a great manager to work with and I look forward to next season where I can hopefully push for the number one shirt.

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The duo are the latest to confirm their futures at Rhyl for next season, after James Bell, Toby Jones and brothers Alex and James Jones all recently put pen to paper on new deals.

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